Sep 28, 2012 5:30am EDT
ground today in a new search for the body of jimmy hoffa, the labor strong man with alleged ties to organized crime, his disappearance one of the most notorious and mysterious in the history of the united states. it's believed he was killed by the mob, but his body has never been found. here's ed payne. it looks like we're having some audio troubles with is story, but what we can tell you right now, crews today will be looking for jimmy hoffa, the teamster boss, this after a dying man gave them a tip that he had seen a body buried in the driveway at a home just outside of detroit, michigan. by the way, jimmy hoffa was last seen outside of a restaurant in detroit, that happening today. they did find initial tests of radon, basically clueing them in that there was a body in that driveway or something the size of a body. they'll be looking today and we'll keep you posted not only on the air, but on abc2news.com. >>> in other news this morning, police say this a gunman killed -- say that a gunman killed four people inside of a minneapolis sign- making business before turning the gun
Sep 28, 2012 6:00am EDT
you give it a try? >>> giants stadium, a florida swamp, a backyard pool. where jimmy hoffa could be buried so many years ago. today investigators search another place hoping to solve this mystery which is now 36 years old. >>> yesterday it was snow, today it was the lightning. we have seen some wild weather out west, but this is just plain dangerous. >>> and we have the showers and storms pushing off their way towards the east, but is the rain done for the day? i'll have the answer to that question coming up. >>reporter: well, lynette, traffic is just starting to slow down here on 695 at old court road. and we are dealing with several accidents across the region. i'll have your complete time saver traffic report coming up. >>> and as we head to break this morning, you're looking at a live picture of new york city. looks foggy there too. let's head up there right now and get a look at today's tech bytes. >>reporter: in today's tech bytes, facebook unwraps a gift service from the social network's members can now send gifts, real gifts, not virtual ones to other members. eventu
Sep 28, 2012 4:30am EDT
driveway will lead them to the body of famed union boss jimmy hoffa. >>> 10 burglaries in one week. how some crooks are breaking into homes in howard county and the neighbors there are nervous about thieves targeting them. >>> and the o's, they are fighting to be number one in the league, but will the red sox keep them in the spot tonight? that is a big question all of us are wondering on this friday morning. you see charley out there live at the yard. good morning and happy friday. i'm megan pringle. as you can see charley out live this morning, of course, talking about all the excitement with the o's. >>reporter: you know, a lot going on this weekend, megan regarding the orioles. it's fan appreciation weekend. we've got events and promotions tonight, tomorrow and sunday. but, you know, the ravens, they played last night and it was a wet one over at m and t bank stadium. rain possible in -- rain possibly in the forecast today. we're in a break. hey, lynette, do people need to pri these when they come to the ballpark tonight? >> no. they are not going to need that. we're going to get
Sep 28, 2012 4:55am EDT
for the body of jimmy hoffa. could they find him? we'll have details straight ahead. >>> good morning. topping america's money, cyber attacks on u.s. banks, the website for some of the country's biggest banks are under what's called denial of service attacks where heckers launch a barrage of traffic, overwhelming the site. a group from the middle east is believed to be responsible. oil prices are up after israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu issued a stern warning about iran's oil program. with oil heading downward, gas prices could be falling, but that could change now. and the nation's four large rental companies are agreeing they won't give customers cars that have been recalled but not fixed. the companies also say they will support legislation to legally enforce the promise. usually warm weather caused trees to ploom earlier than usual, then a freeze damaged crops. that's america's money, i'm sunni houston.